Woven Paths Walnut Landmark Pine Solid Wood Farmhouse End Table

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Brand Name Woven Paths
Model DHD1263WLN
Rating ★★★¾☆ 
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Add contemporary, rustic style to your living space with this real wood end table by Del Hutson Designs. The solid pine wood item is constructed with a clean line design. Use this table for resting drinks and appetizers or displaying your pictures and decor. The simple, modern look ties in easily with your existing decor and adds loads of character! The tables come fully assembled and ready to decorate! Our commitment lies in a passion for lifestyle+community+handmade. We are decor upcyclers at its best!

Woven Paths Walnut Landmark Pine Solid Wood Farmhouse End TableWoven Paths Walnut Landmark Pine Solid Wood Farmhouse End TableWoven Paths Walnut Landmark Pine Solid Wood Farmhouse End TableWoven Paths Walnut Landmark Pine Solid Wood Farmhouse End Table
Woven Paths Walnut Landmark Pine Solid Wood Farmhouse End Table
Sturdy Construction Adds Rustic Contemporary Style
Fully Assembled and Ready to Enjoy!Made in Texas, USA!
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 Customer Reviews

Wonderful purchase!!
Exactly as pictured! Very happy with my purchase!Stacey
LOVE THIS TABLE
I ordered the unfinished because I wasn't sure what color I wanted and needed more time to think esp bc there were only two other options. Although I may just keep it looking natural to be honest bc I love the look!! I thought I would have to assemble it but it came all together. It's legit wood and it's beautiful.L
Very Rustic
I guess rough hewn would be the proper description of this table. It is definitely solid wood-I can't deny that. I was a little surprised at how rough it was. The first thing that hits you when you open the box is the chemical smell. Fortunately, I bought this for the porch, so it will never be taken into the house. Next I noticed the 1x4s used for construction. Some were planed-some weren't. The ones for the top of the table and the shelf were at least planed on the top. I then removed three of the screws used for connections and put them back in straight so that nobody would get cut on the sharp edges sticking out. Next, it was time for sanding----every board and surface had to be done. After that I wiped it down and put a couple coats of shellac on it and THEN it was ready to use. It is not an unattractive table, but if you expect to take it out of the box and start using it in your house I wouldn't recommend it. If you're like me and don't mind a doing a little project, or if it's just for a workshop or other rough use, it should be all right.Edward

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